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crsschk
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 Hagiazō

Jesus spoke these words, lifted up His eyes to heaven, and said:

[i]"Father, the hour has come. Glorify Your Son, that Your Son also may glorify You as You have given Him authority over all flesh, that He should give eternal life to as many as You have given Him.[/i]

And this is eternal life,
that they may know You,
the only true God,
and Jesus Christ
whom You have sent.

I have glorified You
on the earth.
I have finished the work
which You have given Me to do.

And now,
O Father,
glorify Me together with Yourself,
with the glory
which I had with You
before the world was.

I have manifested Your name

to the men whom You have given Me
out of the world.
They were Yours,
You gave them to Me,
and they have kept Your word.

Now they have known
that all things
which You have given Me
are from You.

For I have given
to them
the words
which You have given Me;
and they have received them,
and have known surely
that I came forth from You;
and they have believed
that You sent Me.

I pray for them.
I do not pray for the world
but for those whom You have given Me,
for they are Yours.

And all Mine are Yours,
and Yours are Mine,
and I am glorified in them.

Now I am no longer in the world,
but these are in the world,
and I come to You.

Holy Father,
keep through Your name
those whom You have given Me,
that they may be one as We are.

While I was with them in the world,
I kept them in Your name.
Those whom You gave Me I have kept;

and none of them is lost
except the son of perdition,
that the Scripture might be fulfilled.

But now I come to You,
and these things I speak in the world,
that they may have My joy
fulfilled in themselves.

I have given them Your word;
and the world has hated them
because they are not of the world,
just as I am not of the world.

I do not pray
that You should take them out
of the world,
but that You should keep them
from the evil one.

They are not of the world,
just as I am not of the world.

Sanctify them by Your truth.
Your word is truth.

As You sent Me into the world,
I also have sent them into the world.

And for their sakes
I sanctify Myself,

that they also
may be sanctified
by the truth.

John 17:1-19 (NKJV)


ἁγιάζω

[b]hagiazō[/b]

[i]hag-ee-ad'-zo[/i]

From G40; to [i]make holy[/i], that is, (ceremonially) [i]purify[/i] or [i]consecrate[/i]; (mentally) to [i]venerate[/i]:
- hallow, be holy, sanctify.




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Mike Balog

 2007/12/21 9:27Profile
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 Re: Hagiazō

I love the way you have posted this message. The points really hit home in a new way when they are single sentences. Thank you! Merry Christmas!


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Melissa

 2007/12/21 10:51Profile









 Re:

Quote:
MSeasman wrote:
I love the way you have posted this message. The points really hit home in a new way when they are single sentences. Thank you! Merry Christmas!




Dito and Amen!

 2007/12/21 15:36
crsschk
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Posts: 9192
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 Re: Hagiazō

Sisters, it strikes me so much so taken this way ... It is difficult to know where to make the breaks and actually went back and forth adjusting it, how to keep the context while drawing off the emphasis.

I just love the book of John so much ... To [i]hear[/i] Jesus [i]pray[/i] ... Oh! Incredible.

Guess I did not quite tie this tremendous word "[b]Hagiazō[/b]" to it's mooring, (which is [i]sanctify[/i]) more explicitly.

Even the sound of the word [i]hag-ee-ad'-zo[/i]
... hmmm, there is something past my grasp there. And maybe what really gripped more so, was the Lord stating;

[i]I sanctify Myself[/i]

Can't help draw back to these words that often come up on the radar;

[i]Permit it to be so for now[/i]

That is how I often hear it 'intuitively', more of a NKJV paraphrase from:

Then cometh Jesus from Galilee to Jordan unto John, to be baptized of him. But John forbad him, saying, I have need to be baptized of thee, and comest thou to me? And Jesus answering said unto him, [i]Suffer it to be so now[/i]: for thus it becometh us to fulfil all righteousness. Then he suffered him. Mat 3:13-15 (KJV)


It's a musing that's all, ...

[i]for their sakes[/i] the inversion. Remarkable, incredible.

Can't leave this hanging though ... incomplete

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I do not pray
for these alone,
but also for those
who will believe
in Me

through their word;


that they all may be one,
as You,
Father,
are in Me,
and I in You;
that they also may be
one in Us,

that the world may believe

that You sent Me.

And the glory which You gave Me
I have given them,
that they may be one
just as We are one:

I in them,
and You in Me;
that they may be made perfect
in one,

and that the world may know

that You have sent Me,

and have loved them
as You have loved Me.

"Father, I desire that they also
whom You gave Me
may be with Me
where I am,

that they may behold My glory
which You have given Me;
for You loved Me
before the foundation
of the world.

"O righteous Father!





The world has not known You,
but I have known You;
and these have known
that You sent Me.

"And I have declared to them Your name,
and will declare it,
that the love with which You loved Me
may be in them,
and I in them."

John 17:20-26 (NKJV)


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Mike Balog

 2007/12/22 10:28Profile
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 Re: Hagiazō

Dear brother Mike, I hope you are doing well and I wish you much joy this season.



Brother,



"And for their sakes
I sanctify Myself,

that they also
may be sanctified
by the truth."




It so happens that recently a brother posted a question regarding the 30 pieces of silver that the Lord was betrayed for. I was trying to look up something I thought I had heard before about this and came across this passage from Leviticus




"And the LORD spoke unto Moses, saying, Speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them, When a man shall make a singular vow, the persons [i]shall be[/i] for the LORD by thy estimation. And thy estimation shall be of the male from twenty years old even unto sixty years old, even thy estimation shall be fifty shekels of silver, after the shekel of the sanctuary. And if it [i]be[/i] a female, then thy estimation shall be thirty shekels.


- Leviticus chapter 27 verses 1-4(KJV)



[i]And if it be a female, then thy estimation shall be thirty shekels.[/i]


Brother, looking at Strong's concordance, I think this passage in Leviticus is talking about some sort of [i]vow of seperation[/i].



A female was to be estimated at 30 shekels.


Zechariah said "So they weighed for my price thirty pieces of silver."


And the Lord was offered for us, and the church is called His bride.




"And for their sakes
I sanctify Myself"



Could it be He was presenting Himself before the Father for this vow of seperation, [b]on our behalf[/b]?


And then we are seperated through Him, through the truth of what He has done?



Blessings and love to you,



Chris


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Christopher Joel Dandrow

 2007/12/22 11:41Profile
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 Re:

Yes, our Lord Jesus consecrated Himself to
the plan and purpose God had chosen Him for.
What was the purpose?? To be made an offering
and a sacrifice well pleasing unto God!! When
God had given us all; He then gave Himself
to the cruel cross for our redemption !! ;-)


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Martin G. Smith

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